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    Merkel Urges Putin To Help End Violence In Eastern Ukraine
    Feb07

    Merkel Urges Putin To Help End Violence In Eastern Ukraine

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has urged Russian President Vladimir Putin to use his influence on separatists in eastern Ukraine to stop the violence there, a German government spokesman says. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Donetsk Court Sentences Two for Supporting Separatism on Social Media
    Feb07

    Donetsk Court Sentences Two for Supporting Separatism on Social Media

    Source: Kremlin.ru On Monday, a court in the Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine sentenced two men to five years in prison for supporting separatism on the social media website VKontakte. The Donetsk regional prosecutor’s office said in a press release that the two men were convicted by a Sloviansk city court under Part 2 of Article 110 of...

    Merkel ‘appeals to’ Putin regarding peace in eastern Ukraine
    Feb07

    Merkel ‘appeals to’ Putin regarding peace in eastern Ukraine

    Merkel and Putin have “agreed that new efforts must be made to secure a ceasefire.” …read more Source:...

    Why America needs to compromise on immigration
    Feb07

    Why America needs to compromise on immigration

    America’s immigration policy has got the country to where it is today, for better or worse. It created a diverse and innovative nation that has pushed human civilisation forward. It also brought us President Trump, and with him, a more heated debate about immigration. But rather than continuing to shout over one another and refusing to...

    Rinkevics: European Union should show clear support to Ukrainian people
    Feb07

    Rinkevics: European Union should show clear support to Ukrainian people

    “Reforms in Ukraine should be primarily associated with the state and its residents. Ukrainian people should be shown clear support and benefits provided by the European Union, as well as what they will get from a closer dialogue with the union. This is why visa-free regime’s introduction would be one such benefit,» – Latvian Foreign...

    Kremlin: Putin, Merkel call for immediate truce in east Ukraine
    Feb07

    Kremlin: Putin, Merkel call for immediate truce in east Ukraine

    Russia’s Vladimir Putin and Germany’s Angela Merkel called for the immediate restoration of a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Eyewitness...

    Trump says media ‘doesn’t want to report’ extremist attacks
    Feb07

    Trump says media ‘doesn’t want to report’ extremist attacks

    President Donald Trump on Monday accused the media of deliberately minimizing coverage of the threat posed by the Islamic State group, saying news outlets “have their reasons” for not reporting what he described as a “genocide” underway at the hands of the group.The president did not immediately offer evidence to support...

    Putin, Merkel call for immediate truce in east Ukraine: Kremlin
    Feb07

    Putin, Merkel call for immediate truce in east Ukraine: Kremlin

    MOSCOW – Russian President Vladimir Putin and Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel called for a immediate restoration of the ceasefire in eastern Ukraine during a phone call on Tuesday between the two leaders, Kremlin said in statement. “Serious… …read more Source:...

    Trump: ‘Haters are going crazy’ over Russia double standard
    Feb07

    Trump: ‘Haters are going crazy’ over Russia double standard

    President Donald Trump said Tuesday morning that his presidency is being evaluated by an unfair double standard that has allowed critics to attack him over his promises of a warmer relationship with Russia while his predecessor cut deals with Iran, a longtime U.S. foe. “I don’t know Putin, have no deals in Russia, and the haters are going...

    Instead of Relying on America, Maybe Europe should Create its own Nuclear Deterrent
    Feb07

    Instead of Relying on America, Maybe Europe should Create its own Nuclear Deterrent

    After spending a quarter century treating NATO as an international social club to which every reasonably civilized European nation should belong, the alliance has begun to focus again on its original role as a military alliance. Rather than expect the U.S. to burnish NATO’s nuclear deterrent, European nations should consider expanding their...